Christoph Rehage stepped out of his apartment in Beijing on his 26th birthday with the romantic notion that he could walk home to Munich, where his girlfriend was waiting.
A newly published novel written in the Shanghai dialect has aroused much interest in using the dialect in literature.
The widow of the well-known Chinese author Qian Zhongshu registered a "temporary victory" on Monday in her fight to prevent Qian's private letters from being sold at auction.
A Beijing auction house announced Sunday that it would scrap the auction of letters by a late Chinese writer and his widow upon protest of privacy infringement.
She is a rare writer who has worked well with both her mother tongue and her adopted language. Kelly Chung Dawson explores the works of Lynn Xu, in New York.
The Chinese edition of A Women’s World, a Better World was launched on May 23 at Beijing’s Page One bookstore.
Liang Hong's new book, Going Out of the Liang Village, documents life in today's villages, showing things are far from idyllic.
American author's fascination with people in Beijing's traditional courtyard homes inspires passion for an ancient lifestyle.
A collection of letters and manuscripts that reveal extensive life details and literary views of renowned writer Qian Zhongshu will go under the hammer in June.
Last week, Mo Yan rejoined public events as chair of the International Writing Center under Beijing Normal University, and joined artist Fan Zeng for a conversation with physicist C.N. Yang on "literature meeting sciences", where he spoke in front of hundreds of people at Peking University.
The Zhongshuge Bookshop, dubbed the most beautiful bookshop in Shanghai, makes it worth paying a visit whether you need a new hardcover or not.
There have been many textbooks on the history of China published over the past century. Now, there is a book of photographs charting the dramatic changes in the people's lives.